You may have heard about flash flooding in Indonesia. Several died in Papua, New Guinea. Bali, which is one of Indonesia’s 17,500 islands, had its own flooding issues. We came across a closed road on our way back to the ship after our special Indonesian dinner was cancelled due to delays we had all day with the rain. As you can see, I have an umbrella with the Hindu temple at Luhur Tanah Lot in the background. The tide occasionally allows visitors into the temple but not this visit. This is the most famous of the thousands of temples in Bali. Offerings are made daily in the homes of the eighty-five percent of Balinese who are Hindu, and we learned how to make them. Mine is the last photo. I was hesitant to make a Hindu offering, but as I made it, I offered it to my Lord Jesus and thanked him for the electric fan that ran over my head.